Weds. 2/1 English 8 SLIDES ARE POSTED ON THE WEBSITE Today: Finish Apostrophes - into notebook Discussion / writing: our values We read: The Jungle Book What human values?
QUIZ TOMORROW: VOCABULARY Homework:Title and author DUE THURS. Our values. What if? You pick up a $50 dollar bill off of the ground in the parking lot outside Chesters Thriftway. What are your choices and what do you do? Its 10 degrees above zero, 4:00 in the afternoon (getting
dark), and youre driving a pickup south through Picture Gorge, alone, headed home to John Day. At the intersection of Highway 26 and 19 is an elderly hitchhiker headed the same direction. What are your choices and what do you do? Just trying to get your attention, a friend tells another friend that you kissed somebody really popular - but you didnt. What are your choices and what do you do?
Choose one of these scenarios and write a paragraph about it. (3-5 sentences, due today.) Done? Get out Apostrophes and work on it. Jungle Book vocabulary
1. Adoption: to bring into a family a child without parents 2. Anthropomorphize: talk about a thing or animal as if it were human 3. Wolf: (singular); wolves, (plural) 4. Plot: (literary), what happens in a story, in order 5. Values: (morality), how to live right; good behavior v. bad behavior 6. Suspense: (literary); using doubt, tension, anxiety to hook
readers interest 7. Conflict: (literary); when characters in a story meet challenge or opportunity 8. Choice: (lit.); characters responses to conflict 9. Protagonist: (lit.); the hero of the story 10.Antagonist: (lit.); the villain of the story Stock up with fresh supplies:
new notebook, if necessary; new paper portfolio; Pen or pencil everyday Buy flashcards, high-lighters. Expect binder checks. Save all mechanics worksheets; save quizzes and tests.
Who knows any beast fables? The Hare and the Tortoise? The Ant and the Grasshopper...? The Lion and the Mouse...? So what human values are these stories really about? Today we start a very famous beast fable about a boy adopted by wolves in India.
1/31/17 Anthropomorphize (say it: an-thro-po-mor-phize) When you talk about a thing or animal as if it were human, you are anthropomorphizing it. In fact, wed better start a new vocabulary page: Open your notebooks to new page, head it: Jungle Book vocabulary 1. Adoption: to bring into a family a child without parents
2. Anthropomorphize: talk about a thing or animal as if it were human 3. Wolf: (singular); wolves, (plural) 4. Plot: (literary), what happens in a story, in order 5. Values: (morality), how to live right; good behavior v. bad behavior Today we start a very famous beast fable about a boy adopted by wolves in India.
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